-BSoD with page fault error can't be fixed on win 8-10. It's an internal video driver bug that appears with restart PC function randomly. In the first moment i thinked the problem was the new hybrid solution for restart\start pc but also disabling it the problem remain. Then i tested the editing of paging file with +1,5XRam (my pc has 2gb and the page file should be 3GB).
At the end of the tests: I can't find a solution with a closed source driver. Sorry :(
Workaround: don't use restart pc function or reduce\disable error dump (disable kernel debugger)
Option 1) BSoD will be always available but no dump file will be created
control panel->system->Advanced Settings->Startup in Advanced Tab->Settings button:
Option 2) Disable Kernel Debugger (disable all kernel errors: BSoD)
Open MS-DOS prompt with Admin Rights: bcdedit -debug off ->Reboot to apply it
Option 3) Edit BSoD Color and face
Other Info: here
-Adobe Flash Player: windows and browsers are changing the way to support video streaming. Now HTML5 is new standard and expecially internet explorer is removing hardware rendering on adobe flash files.
I have just used a new web browser: QupZilla that doesn't support HTML5 but has a good basic ads remover and plays Adobe videos with hardware render. 720p videos are now playable (note access to youtube account and edit the dashboard)
-VideoPlayer: Still good MPHC with LAV codec, Render Enhanced Video (NOT CUSTOM), DXVA2 Enabled from internal filter\decoder video
On asus 1101ha isn't possible to play videos in power saving mode <1000MHz. I belive is a OS stability problem
-Win10 10130 video app uses GMA500 hardware rendering installing specific codec but the performance isn't still good just wait RTM version 29 July 2015 and check results